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21 March 2017

Source Photonics demos first XGS-PON N2 OLT transceiver module

In booth 3011 at the Optical Fiber Comminications trade show (OFC 2017) in Los Angeles (21-23 March), Source Photonics Inc of West Hills, CA, USA, which provides broadband access optical components and modules, is giving a live demonstration of its recently announced industry-first XGS-PON N2 optical line terminal (OLT) transceiver module, which aims to offer a universal upgrade path from existing Gigabit passive optical network (GPON) networks to next-generation high-speed XGS-PON networks delivering multi-gigabit services to businesses and residences.

The XGS-PON N2 OLT in the XFP form factor meets the N2 class maximum optical link budget set in the XGS-PON standard G.9807.1, providing 9.953Gbps downstream and 9.953Gbps upstream data rate and supporting a 1:64 split ratio for 20km links. Source Photonics’ optical and electrical design capabilities have enabled the integration of a 1577nm externally modulated laser (EML) transmitter and a burst-mode 1270nm avalanche photodiode (APD) receiver with micro-optic wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) filters to provision a single-fiber, dual-wavelength upgrade and overlay pathway for migration of existing class B+ and C+ GPON networks to XGPON and XGS-PON.

Source Photonics is demonstrating the downstream optical power of the OLT optical module at more than 5dBm with uplink sensitivity at -30dBm at 10-3. The module’s performance satisfies the N2 class specification requirements of XGSPON ITUT G.9807.1 protocol of 31dB link budget.

The XGS-PON N2 OLT is beginning sampling in March and will be available for production in third-quarter 2017.

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